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Hi all,

I have simple question.

I am training to get the LPI Linux exam that I already booked, I am new in Linux and I want to learn it. I have access to one of the latest online access for Video Training and simulation. To make thing as best I can I would like to install the same Linux Red Hat Version they are using on this video Training. The version is Red Hat Linux 7.3

This version I cannot find on the internet I am not sure if is open source but I really need to downloaded it if possible for free otherwise I will pay for the licence.

On the red hat web site I cannot see this particular version. Can anyone direct me where I can download this?

Regards
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by:fosiul01
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Redhat linux 7.3 is not it quite old !!!
why you want Redhat 7.3 ?? or is this mandetory for the exam ??

Anyway,

you can get Samething as REdhat by downloading Centos. its Samething only logo is different ..


but let me know, do you nee 7.3 verstion ??
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by:daveviolante
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Well I prefer to get the 7.3 v if you know where I can get it.
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by:daveviolante
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It is on the Exam but Of course I could use any similar version, it's only matter to follow the video training using the exact version like this I do not get confused on some simulation question.
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by:fosiul01
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have a look this one

http://iso.linuxquestions.org/red-hat/

it has redhat 5 ,9 and 8 ,

got this one : http://freshrpms.net/mirrors/redhat/7.3.html ( but you wil have try to see which one works, i tryed couple did not work)


i will sent you some more .. let me check ..

but if you passed a certificate with redhat 7.3 , and i would not take that certificate, ( trust me) so you sure that this LPI Linux exam require redhat 7.3 ?? ( nobody want redhat 7.3 , its too old to study now)
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Ok download from here

http://www.nowtorrents.com/torrents/redhat-linux-7.3.html

but you need to register.

i will try to get some other link as well.
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by:daveviolante
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Well red hat linux 7.3 on the LPI is still considered the Official Training and theya re using 7.3 version and Debian.
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by:daveviolante
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Good Solution, I had the other link as well but they were not good, but the latest link worked out, the only thing is that I had to suscribe
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